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Shiloh 1862: The Death of Innocence

by James Arnold & Alan Perry

The first major battle in the Western theatre of the American Civil War (1861-1865), Shiloh came as a horrifying shock to both the American public and those in arms. For the first time they had some idea of...


The German Fortress of Metz 1870-1944

by Clayton Donnell & Brian Delf

Following the defeat of France in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71 and the absorption of the provinces of Alsace and Lorraine into the newly formed German Empire, the German Army decided to construct a fortress...


Exploring Desert Stone: John N. Macomb's 1859 Expedition to the Canyonlands of the Colorado

by Steven K. Madsen

Exploring Desert Stone is the first detailed investigation of the 1859 Macomb Expedition into western Colorado and the canyon country of Utah.

The confluence of the Green and Colorado Rivers, now in Canyonlands...


River Flowing from the Sunrise: An Environmental History of the Lower San Juan

by James M. Aton & Robert S. McPherson

The authors recount twelve millennia of history along the lower San Juan River, much of it the story of mostly unsuccessful human attempts to make a living from the river's arid and fickle environment. From...


Woman of the River: Georgie White Clark, Whitewater Pioneer

by Richard Westwood

Georgie White Clark-adventurer, raconteur, eccentric--first came to know the canyons of the Colorado River by swimming portions of them with a single companion. She subsequently hiked and rafted portions of...


The River Knows Everything: Desolation Canyon and the Green

by James M. Aton

Desolation Canyon is one of the West's wild treasures. Visitors come to study, explore, run the river, and hike a canyon that is deeper at its deepest than the Grand Canyon, better preserved than most of the...


Roll Away Saloon

by Deirdre Paulsen

With his animated tales of Zane Grey, Butch Cassidy, and the Robbers Roost gang, Rider creates an engaging and believable picture of the joys and hardships of cowboy life.


Radical Lincoln: Inside the Mind of America's Most Fascinating President

by K.M. Kostyal

Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, held a nation together during a brutal Civil War and changed the course of history by ending slavery. He has more books written about him than any other President...


Fields of Honor

by Edwin C. Bearss

Few historians have ever captured the drama, excitement, and tragedy of the Civil War with the headlong elan of Edwin Bearss, who has won a huge, devoted following with his extraordinary battlefield tours and...


Tupperware Unsealed: Brownie Wise, Earl Tupper, and the Home Party Pioneers

by Bob Kealing

Brownie Wise, the first woman to appear on the cover of Business Week, was the driving force behind making Tupperware a household name. Fired under mysterious circumstances, she was written out of Tupperware...


Saving South Beach

by M. Barron Stofik

In Saving South Beach, historic preservation clashes with development as each side vies for control of South Beach. A spectrum of characters are present, from Barbara Baer Capitman, the ailing middle-aged widow...


Quotable Henry Ford

by Michele Wehrwein Albion

An illuminating collection of quotes, offering new insights on Henry Ford's sweeping achievements as one of America's greatest industrialists.


Truth, Lies, and O-Rings: Inside the Space Shuttle "Challenger" Disaster

by Allan J. McDonald & James R. Hansen

On a cold January morning in 1986, NASA launched the Space Shuttle Challenger, despite warnings against doing so by many individuals, including Allan McDonald. The fiery destruction of Challenger on live television...


The Rastafarians: Twentieth Anniversary Edition

by Leonard Barrett

The classic work on the history and beliefs of the Rastafarians, whose roots of protest go back to the seventeenth-century maroon societies of escaped slaves in Jamaica. Based on an extensive study of the Rastafarians,...


The Medieval Monastery

by Roger Rosewell

Monasteries are among the most intriguing and enduring symbols of England's medieval heritage. Simultaneously places of prayer and spirituality, power and charity, learning and invention, illusion and superstition,...


Durham

by Martin Dufferwiel

The historic City of Durham is now over 1,000 years old. With its magnificent Norman Cathedral and Castle it has become a world famous tourist attraction, the outstanding importance of which was recognised in...


In Flanders Fields

by Trevor Royle

This anthology is the first ever acknowledgement of Scotland's unique contribution to the literature of the First World War. Here are gathered together well-known writers like John Buchan, Eric Linklater, Hugh...


Hitler's Bastard

by Eric Pleasants

Of all the extraordinary individual accounts that have come out of the Second World War and its aftermath, few can compare with that of Eric Pleasants, a member of the 'bastard' British wing of Hitler's SS -...


William Wallace

by James Mackay

Sir William Wallace of Ellerslie is one of history's greatest heroes, but also one of its greatest enigmas - a shadowy figure whose edges have been blurred by myth and legend. Even the date and place of his...


Nazi Gold

by Ian Sayer & Douglas Botting

In 1945, as Allied bombers continued their final pounding of Berlin, the panicking Nazis began moving the assets of the Reichsbank south for safekeeping. Vast trainloads of gold and currency were evacuated from...